Beltran has been dealing with a lingering elbow issue most of the season. Manager Joe Girardi said he's unsure whether Beltran will play again this season due to the issue. Beltran is hitting .233/.301/.402 over 403 at-bats.
Teixeira re-injured his wrist during Saturday's game, and has been dealing with pain. Manager Joe Girardi admitted after the game that he's not sure Teixeira will play again this season. Teixeira is hitting .217/.318/.397 over 423 at-bats.
Janssen entered with a three-run lead, and had to get out of a tough situation. With a man on and one out, Janssen hit the first batter he faced. He regained his composure, striking out Brendan Ryan and getting Chris Young to line out to end the game.
Stroman allowed two runs on eight hits over six innings. He struck out seven and did not allow any walks during the outing. Stroman gave up his only two runs in the third and fourth innings. Two straight singles plated a run in the third, while three singles drove in the other run in the fourth. Stroman managed to settle in over his last two innings, not giving up another run. Stroman threw 107 pitches during the outing.
Stroman improved to 11-6. He’ll take on the Mariners in his next start.
Capuano allowed four runs on five hits over 5 2/3 innings. He struck out two and walked four during the outing. Capuano got into trouble early, giving up a run-scoring double to Edwin Encarnacion. He would settle in over the next four innings, not giving up a run. Things imploded in the sixth, though. Capuano started things off by loading the bases. After a mound visit, he gave up a two-run double and an RBI-single. Capuano was pulled after throwing 85 pitches.
With the loss, Capuano dropped to 2-4. He’ll take on the Red Sox in his next start.
Giles entered with a three-run lead, and slammed the door shut. He was perfect during the inning, picking up one strikeout. Giles induced a pop out against Adam Dunn to finish off the Athletics.
Pomeranz allowed one hit over five scoreless innings. He struck out six and walked two during the outing. Pomeranz was masterful, giving up his only hit in the first inning. He actually loaded the bases during the frame after walking and hitting a batter with a pitch, but was able to get out of it. Pomeranz would settle in at that point, tossing three perfect innings. He allowed a walk in the fifth, but got out of it without giving up any runs. Pomeranz was pulled after throwing 86 pitches.
Pomeranz earned the no-decision for his performance. He’ll take on the Rangers if he gets another start.
Williams gave up four hits over seven scoreless innings. He struck out three and walked one during the outing. Williams nearly got himself in trouble in the second inning. After loading the bases on three singles, Williams managed to pick up an inning-ending double play. He would give up just one more hit and one more walk over his last five innings.
With the win, Williams improved to 6-7. He’ll take on the Braves in his next start.
Cahill gave up five runs on 10 hits over five innings. He struck out eight and did not issue any walks during the performance. Corey Dickerson proved to be a problem for Cahill. He tripled in a run in the first inning to open the scoring. Dickerson wasn’t involved in the third inning, when the Rockies managed to plate three runs during the inning. He did, however, strike in the fifth. Dickerson clubbed a solo home run off Cahill, plating the fifth run of the game.
With the loss, Cahill dropped to 3-12. He’ll take on the Cardinals in his next start.
Butler allowed one run on five hits over six innings. He struck out one and walked one during the outing. A home run was the only blemish for Butler. In the fifth inning, Jake Lamb belted a solo shot off Butler. He would put another man on during the frame, but managed to get out of it. Butler gave up a single to open the sixth inning, but was able to erase any trouble with a double-play. He was pulled after throwing 81 pitches.
With the win, Butler improved to 1-1. He’ll take on the Dodgers in his next start.
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